But I believe this normalization has been an even greater motivation for people to continue creating their own distinctive and unique—not mass-produced—creative expressions based in the characters and stories they find most meaningful. From the beginning of popular culture people have been finding ways to interact at a very personal level with fictional worlds, characters, and stories that resonate with them. In the late 1800s people were writing music based on Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes stories. Fans of early science fiction pulp magazines wrote fan fiction. Grade school students remade the first Indiana Jones movie using consumer-grade video cameras. So fans have been “poaching” for a very long time, and aren’t likely to stop. There is a huge difference in the person who buys a cheap Darth Vader costume to wear to a Halloween party and the fan who spends his senior year of high school hand-building a costume and working an after-school job to afford the materials.
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Klaus Schwab . Klaus does not write a lot, but he is one of the most entrepreneurial and visionary men that I know. Starting with a small gathering of European executives more than 25 years ago, Klaus built the World Economic Forum into an extraordinary gathering place for business and government leaders. He has a broad range of interests, he has been a constructive force for the peaceful settlement of disputes around the world and he is currently focused on helping to promote social entrepreneurship to address some of the most pressing social issues around the world.